Deadly Western Connections

Deadly Communities

This is a meeting place for the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
peoples living in western metropolitan Melbourne.

It's your place to share stories, pay respect to Country and build community.
It’s a place for community groups, organisations and businesses to connect with you about their
services, programs, jobs and events.

April 21, 2024 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

NGARRA JARRA NOUN: Healing Ceremony on Sunday 21st April 2024 at Victoria Park, Collingwood.  With many Special Music Performances, Healing Ceremony, The Mindful Mob Healing Market, Cultural Activities, Food and Drinks Vans, Free Community Event. Resilience Against Racism and Promoting Healing Through Ceremony and Culture. A Special Tribute to The Fitzroy Stars and Rumbalara Football, Netball Clubs. Click below for … Read More

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April 27, 2024 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Wyndham City Council invite you to come along and hear from First Nations people about the rich and diverse history and culture of one of the oldest nations in the world. Bookings are Essential. This event is part of Wyndham City’s free, Unite for Diversity: Listen, Share, Understand series.

March 1, 2024 12:00 am - April 30, 2024 12:00 am

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) are redesigning the $5 Banknote and want to use this as an opportunity to represent what makes this country so special – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and history. Submissions for ideas close on 30 April 2024.

May 1, 2024 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Financial Wellbeing – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Manage your money without stress- Learn how to reduce financial stress. They will give you simple tips and tools so you can get on top of your finances now and into the future. Click the link below for detailed flyer.

Vacca Victorian Aboriginal Childcare Agency
DUE DATE: 23/04/2024

You will provide leadership and advocacy to ensure the protection and promotion of the cultural rights of Aboriginal children, young people and their families are met. The coordinator is responsible for providing leadership, guidance and support for Senior Advisors across VACCA and all other ACCOs. They are also required to work collaboratively with DFFH to achieve program targets and goals.

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Logo for an Aboriginal community controlled organisation for women.Djirra
Abbotsford, Melbourne (Contract, Full Time, Part Time)
DUE DATE: 23/04/2024

The trainee will undertake a structured learning, professional development and on the job training over a 12-month period, either full time or part time within Djirra’s Individual Support Services, Alcohol and Other Drugs team. The Individual Support Services provides specialist family violence case management to Aboriginal women who are experiencing or have experienced family violence and at risk of further … Read More

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DUE DATE: 23/04/2024

The First Nations Climate Advocacy Coordinator helps to ensure that the perspectives and priorities of First Nations partners are appropriately reflected and supported through WWF-Australia‘s climate advocacy and campaigns. In particular, the role coordinates and supports the delivery of both WWF’s Oceania’s First Voices (OFV) program and First Nations engagement elements of WWF‘s Energy Transition program.

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Logo of Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation
Collingwood, Melbourne
DUE DATE: 28/04/2024

The position will coordinate project activity, develop, and maintain high quality project documentation, and support communication and engagement activities. This role will shadow the Executive Manager, gaining valuable experience in stakeholder engagement and insights into the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Sector. Click below for more details.

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Acknowledgement of Country and Traditional Owners

We recognise all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Nations of the lands now known as Australia. We acknowledge the people of the Wadawurrung, Woiwurrung and Boonwurrung languages in the Kulin Nation as the First Custodians of these grasslands, waterways and basalt plains.

For tens of thousands of years, the Werribee River has been a significant meeting place for a diversity of Aboriginal people to build community, exchange resources, and share responsibility for its lands. We pay respect to the wisdom of Ancestors and resilience of Elders, past and present. We recognise the ongoing impacts of colonisation for generations of Aboriginal people and this land. We commit ourselves to learning and working together to determine a better future, grounded in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ways of caring for the whole earth community.